Monday, May 25, 2009

Plagiarism, oh my gosh!

Borrowed the title from Battered Couture to post an outfit inspired by Gala Gonzalez.
Most of you know that Spanish it girl because of her edgy London-style and her Rapunzel-like hair.
If you don't, and you're into fashion blogging I suggest that you should visit hers right away:here
It's tough not to get affected by other bloggers if you spend ridiculous amount of time gazing upon them.
I checked that nude outfit, after having bought my beige Badila dress, and I had this mental image.
Can't say I copy-pasted it exactly because her dress is ankle-long, mine is shorter.
+ she matched it with nude accessories, I went with black ones.

It's been a long since the last time an animated friend of mine paid a visit.
Caroline haunted one of my pictures just to remind me not to miss her Hollywood debut, where
she finds another world that is a strangely idealized version of her frustrating home, but it has sinister secrets.
I suggest that you won't miss either her escape from the pages of Neil Gaiman's book, into a film directed by Henry Selick!

dress: Badila, shirt: American Vintage, Shoes: DKNY, bag: TOPSHOP

42 comments:

  1. oh yeah, mimis' sunglasses are great...

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  2. oh really???
    I just saw the trailer yesterday and loved it!

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  3. really nice outfit!!!
    i can't wait to see the movie as well! when is it out? is it this thursday??

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  4. you look waaay better if you don't mind me sayin'. The skirt length is just right and the shirt comliments it perfectly. Oh! and you look grand in the streetgeist photo. and so effortlesly so.

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  5. nomizo pos o dikos sou o sindiasmos maresi perisotero.. :)

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  6. H coraline kanei tour stis greek aithouses stis 28-5-2009!! Opote oui Thalia, einai auti ti pempti!!!

    Thank you guys!!!
    Battered couture *special thanx*
    Alitheia, ...to alithino sou onoma tha to mathoume??

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  7. I agree with Nina. I like the idea that you adopted the style but adjusted it to your body type.
    such legs girl...it's a sin to hide them!!
    kai eisai mia stalia ki ayta ta aeriva sou pave poly!!!

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  8. Gala's outfit was very cute, but I'd copy YOUR take on it.. i love it with a short dress, and seriously perfect choice of black accessories.

    Thanks for your comment babe :)

    Meho xx

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  9. i'm waiting for coraline too!!!!i've read the book some time ago and it feels like the movie will be really good!
    and your bag is topshop heyy!!?!? god i miss topshop...

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  10. Love the whole outfit. It's so floaty and romantic! And I like the way you integrated Coraline into the pictures :)

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  11. Ωπ! Το blog σου είναι κάπως ανάποδα! Χεχε...Λοιπόν, αυτός ο τρόπος ντυσίματος είναι από τους αγαπημένους μου...Και σου πηγαίνει τέλεια! Ωραίο το φυμνό/μαύρο και ωραίο το χαλαρό μήκος, η Gala ίσως το παραέκανε λίγο, γιατί φαρδύ πάνω φαρδύ κάτω δείχνει λίγο σα στραβοχυμένος λουκουμάς...

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  12. eixa dei to sunolo tis Gala alla tolmw na pw oti to diko su mu aresei perissotero!kuriws gia tis allages pu exeis kanei,latrevw to nude alla oxi stin apoluti monoxrwmia..ta sandalia apla uperoxa!
    coraline rocks ;)

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  13. of course dear. You are the first to ask by the way. hehehehe It's Bianca. cuddles*

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  14. Great outfit, very relaxed and effortless.

    I can't wait for Coraline either! xoxo

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  15. You look so cool!!! I love the nude style and it also looks well with black tights, like Nina Ricci did!

    a kiss and hug!!!

    Kira

    Thanks so much for your sweet comments!

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  16. i love this outfit, especially the shoes!

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  17. hey !
    thanks for commenting my blog ! you got a lovely blog too :)
    ill be back for more :)
    a bientot !
    Boubouxx

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  18. I actually love your version more :) That skirt is so lovely, and those sandals are fantastic dear!!

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  19. The sandals are so gorgeous, I would die to have a pair like that (simple, strappy, elegant! and yes GRECIAN :) Love your whole look!

    I haven't been to Greece :( my friend goes to Athens every year to dig (she's doing her PhD in Archeology) and her stories and photos are always nice. I will probably end up there in 2012, just to visit!

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  20. thank god those animated friends of yours haven't left for an early vacation, I love them :)

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  21. you look really pretty
    thanks for the comment! :)



    x

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  22. Hiii, thanks to like my blog! The photo i found this site www.bershka.com !!

    I loved your bag....

    Ingrid XXX

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  23. Kat!!Thanks for the interest and sorry for my absense...Eimai pnigmeni mes sta vivlia os to laimo gia tin eksetastiki pou erxetai!Sucks, elpizo na xalaroso kai na vro xrono gia to blog kai gia oles sas soon!
    Filakia!

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  24. She;s got a great style:))

    And you've had a great take on that look! Very lovely:) I think I like yours better:)

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  25. ouu!!! thank you guys for the lovely words!!! I dont think my style can be compared to hers, but it's always a delight to read such motivating comments!!!

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  26. When I saw her outfit at her blog it reminded me of the outfits we see in greek monasteries! really!! Your look is way better!

    And as Carine Roitfeld said "the worst looks can give you more ideas than the best looks"

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  27. gorgeous blog!
    and those sandals are amazing, there so pretty and you look fabulous in that dress!
    great blog, would you like to link swap?
    have a lovely day + week :) xx

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  28. Nice interpretation of her look. I do like her style a lot--I wish I had her legs!

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  29. hey...great outfit! Gala is really an inspiration!!!
    Actually the weather is really weird! last sunday was like 30 degrees (like summer) and now is totally winter! i like it better!
    cant wait to see all ur summer outfits ;-)

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  30. it comes from my grandma she was half libanese and half french and her name was blanche. But they called me bianca cause it was easier to pronounce.

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  31. mariannaaaaaa !!May 27, 2009 at 4:42 AM

    YOUR BLOG IS THE BEST I HAVE EVER VISITED!
    AND BELIEVE ME THEY ARE MANY!!!!!!!!!

    AND IMAGINE YOU STARTED JUST 3 MONTHS AGO!!!!
    EVERYTHING IS GREAT:
    YOUR CLOTHES,YOUR SHOES,YOUR SENSE OF STYLE,YOUR HAIR,YOUR CARTOOOONS!!!

    SUNEXISE ETSI!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  32. Very envious of your top! This look is so summery :)
    xxx

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  33. hey thanks for hopping by my blog. you also got yourself very nice stuff. I love your outfit. by the way, I've linked your blog. :) would you mind linking mine? keep in touch..
    XOXO
    Janice

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  34. i miss a belt on that outfit. It's all so straight at the moment.i really like the collage on the third photograph with those lovely sandals

    With love Jessi

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  35. I really like it! The dress length is perfect!
    XX

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  36. Dare I say the same thing as all the others here? I love your version more!

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  37. great outfit!
    the shoes are awesome!

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  38. love your take on gala's outfit

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  39. Gala is a real inspiration?!My god, in which lsot part of the Mediterranean do you live?!

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  40. dear Anonymous,

    if you pass by my blog once more, tell me the reasons why I shouldn't be inspired by her, or why shall anyone place limits in someone's inspiration?
    p.s I live in Greece, needless to say ANYTHING more, ...we are far from being lost darling!!!

    xoxo!

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  41. Mariannaaaa!!!
    Me kaneis na kokkinizw toso polu...!!!
    An thewreis oti exw to kalutero blog mallon den exeis episkeftei ta swsta... alla s euxaristw para polu g auto to comment, mou ftiaxe ti mera kai simera thumithika oti eixa xexasei na apantisw!!!!
    Tha xarw na se xanadw anamesa se comment!!!

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